WHO initiates building a global curriculum for infodemic management

To develop infodemic management capacities for the future, WHO convened a technical consultation on building a global curriculum for infodemic management on 21-23 March in Belgrade, Serbia. Hosted by the School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, the consultation brought together 47 representatives of academia, public health Continue Reading →

Education, advocacy, and action are key to advancing gender justice in digital spaces governed by algorithms

Education and accessibility – WACC Global Grassroots perspectives on education are accessibility and affordability as key digital justice issues in local contexts. Addressing digital polarization begins with enabling women and girls to have better access to tech. “Polarization is a product of the digital divide.” “Discrimination” and “oppression” were more Continue Reading →

Youth Cinema Network

YCN is a worldwide network of youth film festivals, organizations and film & media educators. We share knowledge, best practices and information  by managing a database of film & media educators and festivalsby hosting an annual conference for the membersby identifying funding trends and opportunitiesby enabling partnerships and collaborationsby publishing Continue Reading →

AHEAD webinar

Recording AHEAD webinar on participatory consensus building to tackle medical deserts How can participatory consensus building contribute to effective collaboration on policy options to tackle medical deserts? During our webinar on January 27th, the partners of the Action for Health and Equity: Addressing medical Deserts (AHEAD), including Wemos, shared their Continue Reading →

AHEAD – Medical Deserts Diagnostic Tool

The AHEAD consortium aims to support national and local level decision makers in their decisions for health workforce reforms, by providing data and information about the level and nature of ‘medical desertification’ in their area.  One of the outputs of the AHEAD project is an interactive mapping tool that visualises, Continue Reading →


THE YDEAS REGIONAL IDEATHON Under the motto “Inspire, Connect, Enable”, the YDEAS Regional Ideathon will be a creative problem-solving exercise where young people come together to discuss a challenge, dive into it and consider possible solutions, including with the involvement of technology. Approximately 80 participants will be invited to team Continue Reading →